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Strontium-90 in fish from the lakes of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

  • J. Barescut, O. Ye. Kaglyan (a1), D. I. Gudkov (a1), V. G. Klenus (a1), Z. O. Shyroka (a1) and O. B. Nazarov (a2)...

The radionuclide contamination of fishes from the Glubokoye and Dalekoye-1 Lakes (left-bank flood lands of the Pripyat River), Azbuchyn Lake and Yanovsky Crawl (right-bank flood lands of the Pripyat River), Pripyat River (near by Chernobyl town) and the main area of the Kyiv reservoir on a modern stage are explored and analyzed. The percentage of 90Sr is shown in organs and fabrics of different fishes by the state on 2005–2007.

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[1] Gudkov, D.I. et al., Radiation biology. Radioecology, 1 (2008), pp. 48–58 (Rus).
[2] Kaglyan, O.Ye. Hydrobiological journal, 5 (2007), pp. 93–109 (Rus).
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  • ISSN: 0033-8451
  • EISSN: 1769-700X
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